Definition of Hauntings

1. Noun. (plural of haunting) ¹



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Definition of Hauntings

1. haunting [n] - See also: haunting

Lexicographical Neighbors of Hauntings

haunched
haunches
haunching
hauncing
haunt
haunted
haunted houses
hauntedly
hauntedness
haunter
haunters
haunting
hauntingly
hauntingness
hauntings (current term)
haunts
hauriant
haurient
hause
haused
hausen
hausens
hauses
hausfrau
hausfrauen
hausfraus
hausing
hausmannite
haustella

Literary usage of Hauntings

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood: A Critical Monograph by Ford Madox Ford (1907)
"Beautifully painted, vivid, and as hard as stone, it shows us just a man tortured by vague hauntings. It is only as if by accident that it is a picture of ..."

2. Between Eras from Capitalism to Democracyby Albion Woodbury Small by Albion Woodbury Small (1913)
"... himself of the hauntings of a thoroughly inconsistent loyalty to the Company." THE Avery shutdown scheduled for six weeks had extended into late summer. ..."

3. Seen and Unseen by Emily Katherine Bates (1907)
"CHAPTER IX hauntings BY THE LIVING AND THE DEAD 1896 IN this same year (1896) I remember another curious incident. I was staying in London during the season ..."

4. Golspie: Contributions to Its Folklore by Edward Williams Byron Nicholson (1897)
"STORIES OF hauntings There is a place in the middle of a wood1 here where they used to hang people long ago. No one would go to this wood after dark, ..."

5. Twenty Years' Experience as a Ghost Hunter by Elliott O'Donnell (1917)
"CHAPTER VIII hauntings IN THE EAST END HATING come to the conclusion that it was quite impossible to earn a living in America, I returned to England as a ..."

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